Never let it be said that fan art goes unappreciated. From such little things as recaptioning a canon strip to drawing and the gamut of written work from haiku to novella, many people like to see what their fellow fans admire about the source material and their particular takes on the given subject.
I'm of the opinion that Rowandoll's contributions could be added to the individual pages of the respective comics in the archives, sometimes poignant and sometimes reflective commentary to the action of the strip. But I digress...
There are many artists who came before and others who will come after, each of which talented in their own styles. Too many of them have humble, if not outright negative, views of their own works. Why is it they denigrate themselves so when sharing some work of their own with those of us whom have no such skills nor the dedication in committed time and effort?
Take solace, all of you whom are beginners and hobbyists at your art, that your work is gratifying to those that see effort in what you do. More people than just myself recognize that there is courage in putting up work for others to scrutinize and judge. If anyone says "boo" about your work as being anything less than a masterpiece, kindly direct them to 2 the Ranting Gryphon
for a little reminder that an audience needs some humility, too.